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February 24, 2014

Metrolink demos new PTC system

Wabtec's I-ETMS PTC System will be implemented on select trains that share BNSF tracks on the Metrolink 91 Line, Orange County Line and Inland Empire-Orange County Line.


March 9, 2012

Wabtec to supply Amtrak with railcar components

Will provide braking equipment, door operating systems, sanitation systems, springs, draft gears and HVAC equipment for 130 new passenger cars being built for Amtrak by CAF USA Inc.


January 27, 2011

Ricon unveils new wheelchair lift

Wabtec Corp. also announced that its Vapor Bus International and Ricon Corp. subsidiaries have now combined the Sales and Customer Service teams of both companies to create one of the largest and most experienced sales forces in the bus industry.


March 16, 2010

Wabtec acquires Xorail for $40M

Provides a variety of engineering, design and construction services, mainly for railway signaling systems, and has annual sales of about $40 million. Wabtec expects the transaction to be accretive in the first year.


August 18, 2009

Wabtec unit wins $44M Virginia rail contract

In addition to the 12 MPXpress commuter locomotives it has ordered, Virginia Railway Express has an option to acquire an additional eight locomotives, which would bring the total value of the order to more than $73 million.


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